There's always running... Gets you warm in cold weather, and gets you further distance in a shorter time.It also gives you heart attacks and knackered knees.
The latter will use more flash...
Quote from: transfinite on Feb 26, 2013, 06:14 pmThe latter will use more flash...By a constant eight bytes for the entire sketch. Hardly worth mentioning.
I can not listen bad about Arduino... I am very thankful to the guys who gave us Free IDE and lot of libraries... And all those are very very simple to use... I love you guys
Quote from: Khalid on Feb 26, 2013, 05:21 pmI can not listen bad about Arduino... I am very thankful to the guys who gave us Free IDE and lot of libraries... And all those are very very simple to use... I love you guys you mean the wiring guys? ]http://wiring.org.co/
Why do we use:Code: [Select]int led = 13;instead ofCode: [Select]byte led = 13;If you would never need to define more than 256 pins, why use the extra space for int? Is there a reason?Thanks.
int led = 13;
byte led = 13;
An "int" is an unsigned 16 bit variable (uses two bytes of memory).
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